Trump's star was vandalized...again.
Donald Trump isn't the most popular man in America. While he does have his supporters, Trump has amassed a rather enormous group of opposers. Whatever good Trump does for the country is usually outweighed by Twitter rants and public comments. In fact, just last week, Trump sided with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, causing both republicans and democrats to slam the president. It appears that Trump ruffled more than just political feathers this past week, as a random person vandalized his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
This isn't the first time Trump's star has been vandalized, but it may be the worse. KNBC reports that police officers were called to the star at 3:30 AM Wednesday morning. When they arrived at the star on Hollywood Boulevard near Highland Avenue there was nothing but a pile of rubble. The suspect, who used a pickaxe to completely remove the star from the sidewalk, turned himself in to police. Repairs on the star have already begun.
Trump received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007 for his show The Apprentice. In 2016, a man dressed as a construction worked destroyed the star with a pickaxe and sledgehammer. In the same year, the star was also spray painted and surrounded by a figurative mini "wall" in protest of Trump's foreign policies.